Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Report - Ancient Egypt

Mikayla Kanuta William
Walt: write an information report.

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt is located in North-eastern Africa by the river Nile. Ancient Egyptians invented things that we are using today, like keys and locks. The climate in Ancient Egypt is very dry and hot. The land in Egypt is 90 percent desert. The Ancient Egyptians also traded their cultures like Ancient Greece and Rome.

The Nile River

The Nile river is a river that flows in the middle of Ancient Egypt. The Nile river is so important Ancient Egyptians because the main part of Egypt is desert and the only the only water place is the Nile River. Most people line next to the Nile River. The Nile river is named after a Greek word named Nelios. The length of the Nile river is 6695 km.


Humans have been building pyramid structures for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptian pyramids are most well known in Ancient Egypt. Over 130 pyramids have been discovered in Ancient Egypt. The pyramid of Giza is the most largest and oldest pyramid in the Giza Necropolis. Nearly all the pyramids of Egypt are located in the west part of the Nile River.


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